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The Wedgwood pension scheme
Michael Jones analyses the Wedgwood pension scheme and the case of the disappearing museum...
A "Pink Panther" fallout - the Sammons 'debacle'
Allegations made against former British art dealer Timothy Sammons have made the news across the globe, and not just in the art world.
Creative use of your inspiring venues to raise funds
Once regular visiting hours are over, are you making the most of your carefully curated gallery?
Oat so compliant: ASA holds administration of prize competition compliant with the CAP code
On 20 June, the ASA published its ruling on the “Show us your oats” advertising campaign run by Walkers Snacks Ltd t/a Quaker Oats.
Brands and influencers — benefits and pitfalls
How can brands best use ‘influencers’ to promote their product? Caroline Swain considers the rise influencers and related legal issues.
CMA publishes decision in Ping online sales ban case
The CMA has published its decision in Ping online sales ban case, confirming its strict approach to restrictions on online sales.
Focus Antitrust - 13 December 2017
The latest in our regular series of competition law updates
What is editorial ‘control’ and when is a vlog an advert?
A recent ASA adjudication reminds businesses to keep an eye on influencer content
AG considers that a supplier of luxury products can ban retailers from selling on third party platforms
Paul Stone dissects the case, AG Wahl’s Opinion and the wider impact of the case